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Ugadi

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Ugadi

Ugadi is a festival of the Telugu-speaking populace in the states of South India. Ugadi is celebrated to welcome the Telugu New Year which ushers in a season of freshness and brightness before the colors of Holi entirely fade away. Nature brims with sprightliness when red flowers blossom and mango buds bloom heralding the arrival of New Year for South Indians. The festive ceremonies of Ugadi are observed in harmony with the joy and beauty of nature to mark the beginning of growth, affluence and prosperity for everyone.

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Kanuma – going back to the traditions of cow worship

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Kanuma – going back to the traditions of cow worship

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Sankranti is just one festival but the festivities continue for four days at a stretch. It’s almost like a wedding in the family that comes at the start of every year.

 

The rituals are a beautiful mix of fun, devotion, and gratefulness for the bountiful gifts of nature. If you have ever been to a traditional village during this time of the year, you will understand the true importance of this period.

 

The first day of Sankranti is kicked off with Bhogi, the second day is called Pongal or Makara Sankranti, the third day is what is celebrated as Kanuma and the fourth day is called Mukkanuma. Each day has a specific set of rituals that are to be followed. And each ritual has a special meaning, especially for farmers whose livelihood revolves around agriculture.

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Embracing our traditions and harvesting prosperity

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Embracing our traditions and harvesting prosperity

A harvest festival, one that’s all about the backbone of our economy, a time to unite with family and bond with cousins, that’s what Sankranti has been synonymous for many, and then there are also those, who think of it as just any other holiday.

Traditionally Sankranti celebrations meant a time to come together as a family and pay respect to everything about agriculture, which includes even the cattle,that was an integral part of farming. Every ritual was centered around worshipping and paying respects to the animals.

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